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Turnagra capensis capensis

 

Species Authority
Sparrman, 1787
Synonym/s
Common Name
South Island piopio, Piopio, New Zealand thrush
Locality
South Island, New Zealand
Last Record
1905 (Tennyson & Martinson, 2006)
IUCN status
[url=https://www.iucnredlist.org/details/106005682/0]Extinct[/url]
TSE forum thread
https://extinctanimals.proboards.com/thread/8804/turnagra-capensis-south-island-piopio
Taxonomic Notes
Hypodigm
[url=https://nlbif.eti.uva.nl/naturalis/detail.php?lang=uk&id=35]RMNH 110.040[/url]
[url=https://nlbif.eti.uva.nl/naturalis/detail.php?lang=uk&id=35]RMNH 110.041[/url] (male)
[url=https://nlbif.eti.uva.nl/naturalis/detail.php?lang=uk&id=35]RMNH 110.056[/url]
[url=https://nlbif.eti.uva.nl/naturalis/detail.php?lang=uk&id=35]RMNH 110.057[/url] (adult, female)
[url=https://nlbif.eti.uva.nl/naturalis/detail.php?lang=uk&id=35]RMNH 110.058[/url] (juvenile, female)
[url=https://nlbif.eti.uva.nl/naturalis/detail.php?lang=uk&id=35]RMNH 110.059[/url] (adult, male)
Notes
[b]Unconfirmed reports:[/b]
 
Near Lake Hauroko, 1947 (Dunckley & Todd, 1949)
Nelson (north-west), 1948 (Moore, 1949)
Child (1965:53) believes he saw [i]Turnagra capensis capensis[/i] on 24 May 1963.
References
[b]Original Scientific Description:[/b]
 
Sparrman, A. (1787). [Turnagra capensis]. Mus. Carlsonianum 2: 45.
 
[b]Species Bibliography:[/b]
 
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BirdLife International. (2012). Turnagra capensis. In: IUCN 2013. IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Version 2013.1. (https://www.iucnredlist.org). Downloaded on 30 August 2013.
 
Buller, W. L. (1888). A history of the birds of New Zealand, 2nd edition. London: Self published.
 
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Dunckley, J. V. and Todd, C. M. (1949). Birds west of the Waiau River. N. Z. Bird Notes 3: 163-164.
 
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